The caveat - I maybe perhaps once used to think I was a very intuitive person. My paranoia and secretiveness was tied into my intuition (yeah, and I'm *not* INFJ, go figure).
I got people. I understood people. I read people like open books.
Then I got over myself.
I think whether or not it's been verified that you are indeed an 'intuitive' person and can CORRECTLY 'get' other people's motives, thoughts, secrets, etc. -- you should NOT get too confident.
I've seen train seen wrecks of people, train wrecks, tell me that they are really good at reading other people and they "get" things.
I'm like, "Really????"
'Cause if you're so good at reading people and intuitively understanding human nature - how come you suck so hard at your own relationships??? x3
Seriously, not to be a hater, and I do agree that some people (or even some types) are better at picking up the unspoken better than others -- BUT, pride comes before a fall.
I think this kind of hubris, especially in regards to what you THINK you almost magically "understand" about other people but really you're just assuming about other people is very dangerous. And unfair. And most of the time from what I've seen, not even accurate.
Now, I do NOT think of myself as an intuitive person who 'gets' other people. I'm just me. You're just you. Until you *show* me something, I do not presume to understand you.